TORONTO — The Beverley Hotel, a new Toronto boutique hotel, with a restaurant, rooftop bar and 18 guestrooms, has opened on Queen Street West and Beverley Street.
“The creative spirit of the original Queen West is what inspired the Beverley Hotel. We love art, music and a good chat about either, preferably over drinks. Our goal is lofty: we hope to reconnect that part of Queen Street that’s been lost in recent years, with a gathering place that provokes conversation, welcomes strangers and makes room for conflicting ideals,” reads a statement from management on the hotel’s website.
The hotel features 18 guestrooms with three room styles — including standard, deluxe and suite — starting at $140.
The menu at the hotel’s restaurant is created by chef Eric Wood, formerly of Hawthorne Food and Drink. It features community-sourced ingredients with dishes such as buttermilk fried quail ($12) and N.S. Halibut with potato-leek fondue, charred fennel, orange and chervil pesto ($25). Meanwhile, the rooftop bar offers a more casual menu of tabouleh ($9), ceviche ($15) and, vulgar + sublime ($40), a platter of house-made potato chips, caviar and crème fraiche.